Why “Removed From The Controlled Substance List” Just Changed The World

Investors, dispensaries, and large cannabis funds have a choice, invest and buy cannabis sites now, or they will turn into your competition within 24 months.

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Need a New Job?

As mentioned, competition is stiff for any job that works directly with the cannabis plant. However, if you expand your field of vision to include complementary positions, you could easily craft out your own little niche within the industry.

Medical Cannabis Oil is Legal in Texas, but Epilepsy Patients Still Struggle

For Texans with severe epilepsy, a new treatment recently became legal: medical cannabis oil. As the state’s first dispensaries open, we followed two families trying the medication to reduce seizures. Watch our video documentary, “Out of Options.” In 2015, Texas passed the Compassionate Use Act, legalizing the sale of a specific type of cannabis oil for epilepsy patients whose symptoms have not responded to federally approved medication. The first Texas dispensaries are now opening and…

You Can Now Enjoy a Cannabis-infused Afternoon Tea

There’s a London-based cannabis-infused afternoon tea menu bringing a whole new meaning to the concept of high tea. When it comes to afternoon tea, most people think scones, pots of cream, a bit of jam and some cucumber sandwiches thrown in for good measure. But London-based Farmacy are changing all of that by introducing a cannabis element to their afternoon tea, appropriately named ‘high tea’ – so of course I had to visit and investigate…

Spark Up on Parliament Hill (Ottawa 420, 2018)

CANNABIS CULTURE – It was like any other spring afternoon on Parliament Hill. Tulips were pushing through their beds, people admired the eternal flame, an electric guitar wailed on the rounded steps to Parliament, ten thousand plus citizens smoked weed on the lawn. The children? Everyone is somebody’s child and they were all safely guarded by Hill security. Was this the last 4/20, was this a new 4/20?  Respect started this year, three days earlier with…

Grass damage dispute deepens between park board, 4/20 organizers

Board says Sunset Beach closure for 4/20 damage may not take ten weeks as predicted. The Vancouver park board’s closure Saturday of the Sunset Beach lawn — following Friday’s massive 4/20 cannabis festival — may not last the full 10 weeks as announced, according to the board’s chair. Stuart MacKinnon, chair of the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, told StarMetro staff they were not yet able to accurately assess how much damage had been…